Help us with special events and promotions that benefit Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia. Plan, organize, and implement successful fundraising events by working on committees, helping out on event day, and /or participating in the event.
Assist our development team in seeking in-kind donations, write grant and/or sponsorship proposals, collaborate to build partnerships with local companies, conduct research on local companies giving campaign, organize a frequent flier donation campaign, sell paper Make-A-Wish stars, or plan/organize an external event to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Increase awareness and support of Make-A-Wish by speaking at venues around the state. This may include helping at informational tables, attending check presentations, formal speaking engagements and more. Training is required.
Kids For Wish Kids
Kids For Wish Kids is a Make-A-Wish program that enables local children to do it all -- organize, raise funds and manage their programs with support from parents or teacher advisors. This hands-on experience helps kids to see first-hand how they can impact another kid’s life by helping grant his or her wish.As kids, you are responsible for forming committees, coming up with fundraising ideas and carrying them out. Teachers and parents often serve as advisors, but ownership of the group belongs solely to you and the other kids involved.
Wish Makers On Campus
Through Wishmakers On Campus, college students rally together to plan and coordinate fundraising campaigns to help Make-A-Wishgrant more wishes to kids with life-threatening medical conditions.
Wishmakers on Campus is a program designed for schools to give their students the opportunity to raise funds to grant the wishes of our local children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
- Public Speaking
- Event Planning / Management
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- To be determined